Disc One Set 1: d1t01 - Tuning d1t02 - New Minglewood Blues d1t03 - Dire Wolf d1t04 - Looks Like Rain d1t05 - They Love Each Other d1t06 - Big River -> d1t07 - El Paso d1t08 - Brown Eyed Women d1t09 - Let It Grow
Disc Two Set 2: d2t01 - Tuning d2t02 - Samson And Delilah d2t03 - Sunrise d2t04 - Tuning d2t05 - Terrapin Station -> d2t06 - Playing In The Band -> d2t07 - Jam -> d2t08 - Drums -> Space ->
Disc Three (Set 2 cont) d3t01 - Saint Stephen -> d3t02 - Not Fade Away-> d3t03 - Jam -> d3t04 - Playing Reprise ~encore~ d3t05 - Passenger
August 17, 2020 Subject:
Just slightly out of sync?
This show is amazing and has one of my favourite terrapins, sound quality is way up there but I gotta agree with the other reviews and say it seems the aud is just the tiniest bit out of sync. It does create a weird sort of chorus effect which is a shame because this is for sure the best sound this show has anywhere
Sorry, I gotta say, the warble caused by mismatched speeds is making me seasick. I know that's what it is because it sounds exactly like both guitars are using a chorus pedal, my least favorite effect and one the Dead never used. Evidently matrix-crafting takes some trial and error, but you gotta match the speeds.
January 12, 2012 Subject:
One of my earliest tapes and still a favorite. This is a nice upgrade although at times it has a bit of that echo-y feel you sometimes get with a matrix. I personally prefer these compact rocking shows to the endurance tests they were doing in 73-74. Let It Grow is a highlight, almost fusionish. Every song is solid and the 2nd set just flows so smooth. This show has a nice distinct sound - the toms and cymbals, cowbell way up in the mix, the slightly distorted keyboard, Jerry's hoarse vocals. I love the guitar tones both Jerry and Bob dial in and the way they mesh. Note Bob's guitar is way out of tune when they break into Playin'. It doesn't matter - from that point on this show smokes. Passenger is such an awesome encore, why didn't they do it more?